Last update: 2015/08/28
Workshop "Practical Experiences in Measuring and Modeling Drivers and Driver-Vehicle Interactions"
- 2015-06-06: Workshop accepted as half day workshop (8.30AM-12.30PM on September 1st, 2015) for the AutomotiveUI 2015 conference in Nottingham, UK.
- 2015-06-09: Initial version of the website online
- 2015-06-10: CfP online and distributed electronically
- 2015-07-02: 2nd CfP distributed
- 2015-07-13: Due to several requests, submission deadline extended until July 20, 2015
- 2015-07-28: Notification letters sent to authors. 9 position papers were accepted for the workshop
- 2015-08-13: Due date for camera ready versions
- 2015-08-30: Due date for the return of PPT presentations (mailto:email@example.com)
- 2015-09-01: Workshop will take place at AutoUI'15 (09:00AM-01:00PM; in "The Learning and Conference Centre", rooms 1a and 1b)
The goal of the workshop is to bring together both young and experienced researchers in the field of automotive UI research and discuss settings, experiences, best practices, etc. for conducting lab or field experiments. This includes discussions (of more experienced participants) about how to improve user studies (setting), what types of sensors and recording platforms are suitable for which studies, feasibility of results (e.g., transfer of lab results to real scenarios), which should help "new" researchers (first year PhD or before) that are just starting with auto UI research to learn from the experience and mistakes of others.
Submissions can span the range from small-scale studies to large-scale deployments, from the lab to the field, with small or large number of participants. We are interested in understanding the various protocols and contexts used in different automotive UI studies.
Overall, the workshop is about
- Discussing topics related to measuring and modeling of driver, driving or explicit interactions (using NUIs)
- Networking and exchanging ideas and learning from each other (different fields, projects, etc.)
- Demonstrating best practices and discussing optimal settings for driver-vehicle interaction research
Please feel free to contact one of the organizers (in no particular order) in case you have any workshop related questions.
|Andreas Riener||Institute for Pervasive Computing, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria|
Intel Labs Hillsboro, Oregon, US
|Myhounghoon "Philart" Jeon||Mind, Music, Machine Lab, Michigan Technological University, Michigan, US|
|Wendy Ju||CDR, Stanford University, Stanford, California, US|
|Bastian Pfleging||Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systeme (VIS), Stuttgart, Germany|
|Mario Chiesa||Istituto Superiore Mario Boella Torino, Italy|
|Lewis Chuang||Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany|
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